Good food in Singapore

Food in Singapore

Food in Singapore…

Singapore Prawn Noodle

When the sifu fries the noodle, he ads in a lot of special sauce. When you eat the noodle immediately, it’s kinda wet with lots of gravy. But if you leave the noodle and take it home to eat, then all the gravy goodness is absorbed into the noodle. You can get this at Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur too. There’s a stall at the Food Republic food court.

Singapore prawn noodle wrapped in lotus leaf

Singapore prawn noodle wrapped in lotus leaf

Breakfast at Swensens

For two years in a row, i had brunch at Swensens Changi Airport before my flight back to Malaysia.

I had the Eggs Florentine, which is poached eggs on a bed of spinach with cream sauce, two pieces of buttered toast and a roasted tomato half.

Eggs Florentine

Eggs Florentine

And my sister had the Big American breakfast, which actually looks heftier in the menu.
Swensen\'s Big American Breakfast

Big American Breakfast

If you like milkshakes, this is the place for you…they have 21 delicious milkshake flavors.
Swensens - 21 Delicious Milkshake Flavors to choose from!

Swensens - 21 Delicious Milkshake Flavors to choose from!

Are there any good food places in Singapore?

I am sure there are many other food places in Singapore that are good. If you know of any, please leave a comment. I could then visit it on my next trip.

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4 comments so far

  1. Reneena on

    My, my — this is a nice article! The prawn noodles are looking tasty!

  2. foodylicoius on

    Thanks Raneena! 🙂

  3. Liz on

    Why didn’t buy any delicious food back for me?

    Because I couldn’t taste ANY of Singapore’s good food, I’m going to say that the BEST pic is the one of the building and leaf.

    Muah ha ha ha ha ha….

  4. adel h on

    the prawn noodle looks so scrumptious!i have been doing food pics in Singapore on my blog too, there are 5 volumes so far…you’re welcome to have a look if interested.
    –adel (http://sofood.wordpress.com)


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